The Grand Serre Che is one of the largest ski areas in Europe.
Consisting of 13 villages, the ski area is divided into 4 sectors: Briançon, Chantemerle, Villeneuve-la-Salle and Monetier-les-Bains at the gates of the Ecrin national park.
Whether you enjoy high alpine skiing, relaxed skiing through the forests or safe, secure skiing with your family, the Grand Serre Che offers it all!
For all ‘Freestylers’, the network of ski stations in the Grand Serre Che offer a great range of zones to play in, adapted to all levels. The high altitude snow park in Villeneuve, the boarder cross in Chantemerle, and not to forget the mélèzezone (where the snow park is made out of the local larch wood!)
For those who enjoy a little bit of cross country skiing, the 35 km of trails linking the charming villages and hamlets are a great way to discover the ski area’s unique natural environment!
The ski area of the Grand Serre Che key facts:
- 250 km of pure pleasure
- 300 days of sunshine per year,
- 1400 vertical meters (1400 to 2800 m)
- 107 ski runs and 63 ski lifts,
- 146 hectares of the area are covered by a network of artificial snow,